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Source code for tvb.adapters.uploaders.connectivity_measure_importer

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.. moduleauthor:: Mihai Andrei <>
from tvb.adapters.uploaders.abcuploader import ABCUploader
from tvb.basic.logger.builder import get_logger
from tvb.core.adapters.exceptions import ParseException, LaunchException
from import transactional
from tvb.datatypes.connectivity import Connectivity
from tvb.datatypes.graph import ConnectivityMeasure

[docs]class ConnectivityMeasureImporter(ABCUploader): """ This imports a searies of conectivity measures from a .mat file """ _ui_name = "ConnectivityMeasure" _ui_subsection = "connectivity_measure" _ui_description = "Import a searies of connectivity measures from a .mat file"
[docs] def get_upload_input_tree(self): """ Take as input a mat file """ return [{'name': 'data_file', 'type': 'upload', 'required_type': '.mat', 'label': 'Connectivity measure file (.mat format)', 'required': True}, {'name': 'dataset_name', 'type': 'str', 'required': True, 'label': 'Matlab dataset name', 'default': 'M', 'description': 'Name of the MATLAB dataset where data is stored'}, {'name': 'connectivity', 'label': 'Large Scale Connectivity', 'type': Connectivity, 'required': True, 'datatype': True, 'description': 'The Connectivity for which these measurements were made'}, ]
[docs] def get_output(self): return [ConnectivityMeasure]
[docs] def launch(self, data_file, dataset_name, connectivity): """ Execute import operations: """ try: data = self.read_matlab_data(data_file, dataset_name) measurement_count, node_count = data.shape if node_count != connectivity.number_of_regions: raise LaunchException('The measurements are for %s nodes but the selected connectivity' ' contains %s nodes' % (node_count, connectivity.number_of_regions)) measures = [] for i in range(measurement_count): measure = ConnectivityMeasure(storage_path=self.storage_path, connectivity=connectivity, array_data=data[i, :]) measure.user_tag_2 = "nr.-%d" % (i + 1) measure.user_tag_3 = "conn_%d" % node_count measures.append(measure) return measures except ParseException as excep: logger = get_logger(__name__) logger.exception(excep) raise LaunchException(excep)